Michael Koplow, policy director for Israel Policy Forum, said that Nides and Herzog are both going to have to manage the routine discussions between the U.S. and Israel on Iran’s nuclear program in making sure that everyone is coordinated and that there are no surprises on either side, ‘and will also have to be the day-to-day managers on the clear emerging differences between the Biden administration and Bennett government on Israeli-Palestinian policy.’ “

Read the article in The Jerusalem Post.